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Made by Me: Ode to the Mori Girl


'Mori' means forest in Japanese, and a Mori Girl likes loose dresses, lace, vintage prints, snooping in granny's attic, sipping tea and seeking out magical moments. Mori girls take pleasure in stopping to appreciate the little things that others overlook amidst the hustle and bustle and ordinariness of daily life.



I am so glad to be able to add these diaphanous scarves into my shop window. Inspired by the Mori Girl sub-culture of Japan and the eternal Miss Havisham, I have made each scarf using a length of rare, soft, fine, French lace finished with an intricate "baby's breath" fringing.



Sizing: about 150cm long and 17cm wide.



* There are currently only two in stock at the moment. If you would like to custom order a similar piece, please do email me at: questions@worshipblues.com *

Care instructions: Treat as delicate precious silk items. Hand wash with a kind detergent and cool iron only.

Available in the + FUSHIGI SHOP +